The end of March! A month that’s seemed quite long, but also flown by. We had a glimpse into warmer weather and leaving the house without a coat and I am so ready for it! Unfortunately we’re now back to minus figures at night here and it’s even snowing (?!) but crossing my fingers the Spring temperatures return soon. Easter is on the horizon and I’m excited for crafts, chocolate and Easter egg hunts now my eldest can understand the concept a lot more.
In terms of reading, March has been pretty consistent with the rest of 2022 so far. Although, that being said, the majority of books this month seem to have been longer ones. I took part in one blog tour, read eight books and reviewed six.
What I Read
How to Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie ✰✰✰✰
Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner ✰✰✰✰
Yinka Where is Your Huzband? by Lizzie Damilola Blackburn ✰✰✰✰✰
Book of the month
It was a very difficult choice this month as I read so many fantastic books, but my March book of the month is… Yinka Where is Your Huzband? Yinka is just such a brilliant character. Her world is interesting and her friends and family are such an fabulous group of people. She really finds herself through the course of the novel and it’s just a great reminder of many things but definitely being true to yourself. My review is up very soon for the blog tour so keep an eye out, but for now I’d highly recommend!
Next month I have quite a few blog tours so I’ll be focusing on reading those. Following that, I’ll be delving back in to my TBR and reading some of my most anticipated reads that are still sat on my shelf. I really enjoyed Greenwich Park which I had been eager to read for over a year, even before publication, so I want to do more of that!
As always, a huge thank you to the publishers and authors who provided me with a gifted copy of a book in exchange for an honest review. You’ll find their details tagged in each individual blog post, linked above.
Until next time,